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The sport & prey of capitalists : how the rich are stealing Canada's wealth —McQuaig, Linda, 1951- author.

In 'The Sport and Prey of Capitalists', Linda McQuaig tells a sweeping tale of how our public programs and enterprises, such as power plants, coast-to-coast transportation systems, public health care and education system...

The wealthy banker's wife the assault on equality in Canada —McQuaig, Linda, 1951-
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2012

In this early 1990s analysis, McQuaig argues that the concerted attack by the federal government on social programs is really an attack on equality in Canada, by those who would have us become more like the United States...

Holding the bully's coat Canada and the U.S. empire —McQuaig, Linda, 1951-
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2008

McQuaig feels that the Canadian government has followed in close step with America, becoming a belligerent force in the world and abandoning Canada's traditional role as a leading peacekeeping nation, as well as a fair-m...

La part du lion comment les riches ont réussi à prendre le contrôle du système fiscal canadien —McQuaig, Linda, 1951-
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2009

Officiellement, les taux d'imposition au Canada augmentent en fonction du revenu. Conséquemment, les gens dont les revenus dépassent les 200,000$ paieraient, en principe, un taux d'impôt très élevé. En réalité, c...

All you can eat greed, lust, and the new capitalism —McQuaig, Linda, 1951-
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2004

Explains the mired history of social and economic thinking that has culminated in the new capitalism. McQuaig argues that instead of shaping our society to fit the economy, we must shape the economy to fit the society we...

Behind closed doors how the rich won control of Canada's tax system-- and ended up richer —McQuaig, Linda, 1951-
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2012

In this examination of the Canadian tax system, the author considers the thousands of wealthy Canadians who do not pay taxes. Rather than increasing the tax burden on the wealthy, the government, under the guise of tax r...

Holding the bully's coat Canada and the U.S. empire —McQuaig, Linda, 1951-
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2008

McQuaig feels that the Canadian government has followed in close step with America, becoming a belligerent force in the world and abandoning Canada's traditional role as a leading peacekeeping nation, as well as a fair-m...

The trouble with billionaires —McQuaig, Linda, 1951-
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2012

The glittering lives of billionaires may seem like a harmless source of entertainment, but such concentrated economic power reverberates throughout society, threatening the quality of life and the very functioning of dem...

The cult of impotence selling the myth of powerlessness in the global economy —McQuaig, Linda, 1951-
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2010

McQuaig looks into the popular belief that the Canadian economy is beyond Canada's control, held at the mercy of globalization and technology. Instead, she argues, the international community has the tools to regulate th...

Shooting the hippo death by deficit and other Canadian myths —McQuaig, Linda, 1951-
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2004

No subject has dominated Canadian politics so completely as the national deficit. McQuaig examines the policies behind the government's handling of the deficit, arguing that current policies of reducing the deficit are b...

All you can eat greed, lust, and the new capitalism —McQuaig, Linda, 1951-
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2004

Explains the mired history of social and economic thinking that has culminated in the new capitalism. McQuaig argues that instead of shaping our society to fit the economy, we must shape the economy to fit the society we...

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